Investors Keep Puerto Rico Bonds After First Chapter of Restructuring


Troubled island’s financial prospects could be turning around

 

(San Juan, PR — March 21, 2019)

 

Investors are hanging on to bonds issued as part of Puerto Rico’s massive restructuring effort, a sign of confidence in the fiscally troubled island’s prospects.

 

Prices have edged higher for $12 billion in new debt backed by sales taxes that Puerto Rico issued several weeks ago. The bonds, known by their Spanish acronym as Cofinas, were issued to investors including hedge funds as part of the U.S. territory’s financial restructuring, marking the first settlement in ongoing negotiations to fix its broken finances.

 

Fuente: Investors Keep Puerto Rico Bonds After First Chapter of Restructuring

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